The Writers Guild of America last shut down production of many shows nearly a decade ago.
Eiza González, one of the stars of 'Baby Driver,' talks about writer/director Edgar Wright's creative use of music in the film.
Hoorah for biased journalism! The election of Donald Trump as president has sent us liberals so over the edge that we can no longer pretend to even tolerate him. Not only will our coverage of him and Republicans be biased but we shall...Show More Summary
On the same day that Fox Sports announced the end of written content on FoxSports.com and the layoffs of around 20 writers and editors (which Bloomberg reported before the official memo went out), they also rolled out a new look for their website. Show More Summary
Evil spirits are apparently a renewable energy, as there is another "Conjuring" movie on the way. Deadline reports that New Line Cinema is working on "The Conjuring 3," with "Conjuring 2" writer David Leslie Johnson on board to pen a sequel in the hit horror movie franchise. Show More Summary
Betsy Rosenbloom found an entirely new way to say, "Be mine," to promote a Netflix variety show this past February called Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special. A series of cheeky e-cards got right to the heart of the matter: "This Valentine's Day, I'm going to power ballad a baby into you," read one,...
While James Wan isn’t expected to direct, The Conjuring 2‘s David Leslie Johnson will write the screenplay for the third film in the growing Warner Bros./New Line horror universe, Deadline reports. While The Conjuring 3 is expected to bring Wan back into the fold, he is not expected in the same capacity. Wan directed the […]
“The Art of Death” chronicles the death of the author’s mother, as well as the ways other writers, from Tolstoy to Didion, have treated the end of life.
Jill Soloway and Sarah Gubbins on what happens when women write women.
David Leslie Johnson is writing the script for New Line's horror sequel The Conjuring 3, with James Wan producing.
I have spent a lot of time thinking about who I should present to you, dear readers, as my first foray into the Pajiba 10. Because inevitably, these sorts of nominations reflect back on the writer. Do I want to...
I wonder if Gwyneth Paltrow has any beauty tips for wiping egg off her face. The actress, singer, and food writer made headlines last week when her lifestyle company Goop promoted wearables that claim […] The post NASA: Goop Wellness Stickers Not Made With Spacesuit Material appeared first on Geek.com.
I have been a Digital Photography School writer for the past three years and I have to say, I absolutely love writing and sharing my photography experiences and knowledge. Every time one of my articles get published, my Facebook page and my website get a lot of visitors. Show More Summary
Not that it’ll have any bearing on the future of the franchise—whose writers’ room is currently working on a solid decade’s worth of sequels—but it does seem that America is suffering from Transformers fatigue. That’s a relative statement, of course: Transformers: The Last Knight still came in at No. Show More Summary
Sarah Larson on the playwright, actor, and TV writer Heidi Schreck, whose work “What the Constitution Means to Me” is onstage now at the Wild Project.
Aysegul Sert on Asl? Erdo?an, a writer facing charges related to Turkey’s 2016 coup attempt, and on declining press freedom under President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an.
Writers, send your prologue/first chapter to FtQ for a “flogging” critique. Email as an attachment. Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work...
Albert Mobilio writes about the artist’s book and the current show Off the Shelf: Modern and Contemporary Artists’ Books at the Baltimore Museum of Art for the Paris Review Daily. “The extensive range of artists and writers includes, among many others, Grace Hartigan, Picasso, Frank O’Hara, Ed Ruscha, Kandinsky, Susan Howe, Mayakovsky, Barbara Kruger, Robert […]
The latest restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — The Austin chef community is rallying to help out former Chronicle food editor and critic Virginia B. Wood. The writer retired in 2016 due to medical issues, and to help raise money for her bills, local chefs are hosting a bake sale on Saturday, July 1 at Lenoir’s wine garden. Show More Summary
Comedy writer and performer Bill Dana, who won stardom but stroked anger with his broken-English-spewing character Jose Jimenez, has died. Dana died at his home in Nashville at age 92, according to Emerson College, his alma mater. Early in his career, Dana wrote jokes for Don Adams and Steve Allen,...